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Pros: * Very good picture quality. Granted, i got these as an upgrade from a 1024x768 monitor/laptop monitor, but they are quite nice. I've noticed no dead pixels, ghosting, or other such complaints. Gaming on them is a joy, as is doing photoshop/3ds max work or watching movies.
* Lightweight. Seriously, these things weigh a lot less than I expected them to.
* Stand is very sturdy. I was a little wary of the fact that they're toolless, but the lock is very solid and the monitors don't wobble at all if I accidentally bump the desk.
* They just look awesome sitting on my desk.
Cons: *Came with a VGA cable and not a DVI. That's probably not much of a con, I suppose I should have read it better. The real con is...
* No VESA Mounts. Really, Dell? I have a dual monitor arm that I was going to use before these got the newegg discount code that put them cheaper than the other monitors I was looking at. Unfortunately, that arm is quite useless right now since I apparently won't be able to mount these monitors to them.
Other Thoughts: Aside from the lack of VESA mountability, I feel like I got more than my money's worth for $126 each for the things (thanks for the promo, newegg!) I'm thinking that since they're so lightweight, I can get away with 3d-printing adapters that plug into the stand slot and use those as a kit-bashed mounting solution. If not for that, 5/5.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Well, it arrived. I can't tell you much more than that, because...
Cons: ...it arrived in bubblewrap (not in a nice drawstring bag and box like my last PSU from Seasonic, though to be fair this is OEM), and WITHOUT an A/C cord. Seriously, it's not like I have tons of those things lying around, could you maybe put that as the first line in the description next time?READ FULL REVIEW